Do you remember these trees from my previous Gasthaus post?
Cold and foggy. Brrrrr! The trees, yes, poor things... Is that a bus stop, across the street?
Yes Fenix, that side is the bus stop going to where I live(but i have to cross from the station). This side where the woman is for the opposite direction, she was actually waiting for the bus. I walk because it's not far from our house and those trees as well as the gasthaus are in this side of the woman....hmmm that was a rather complicated explanation lol-
Great fog pictures. Red is the color that definitely stands out in pictures. I guess that woman likes to be noticed:) - Jim
Thanks Jim, I had hoped a woman with a red umbrella walking under the trees, nah that's too demanding but maybe I get to capture one next winter ;-)
It was quite foggy here too last week, but now the sun is out and it's glorious!The trees in your photo look cold.Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and for leaving your comments. joyA Pinay In EnglandYour Love CoachThe Goddess In You
seems like a very cold weather out there in your area gizelle, thanks for visiting, keep on coming from time to time... :)-linohttp://linophotography.com
It does indeed look so different from the summer scene - I guess we can at least look forward to it coming round again.
Yesterday's got sun Joy, now its rain =( Really a crazy weather display. Thanks Lino, I'd be sure to come back =)
Wow. I remember foggy mornings in Vienna and Linz. I love the fog. It's one of the things I miss about living in the San Francisco area. There's just something so mysterious and comforting about it. Nice photos!
I agree with you Janet, Its as though you want to find what is that mysterious something...
I simply adore foggy days
I do too Fabrizio...especially in the mornings!
My sons are studying Austria for the next three weeks and, as I was searching for pictures, I found your blog. The pictures are wonderful!
This is a nice shot!! ako dn nag pi pic every morning pag kakaiba ang tsura :D ehehheeh
I love this kind of mornings. Nakaka-inspire to look forward for the day.